[OS X TeX] panther
maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Fri Jun 11 09:13:14 EDT 2004
On 11 jun 2004, at 14:27, Mauro Cereda wrote:
> I apologize, sure somebody has had my same trouble, but my research on
> digest didn't found matches. I've just installed MacOsX 10.3.2 and
> consequently TeXshop 1.34. Well, as soon as I try to compile a
> document I receive the message :
> /usr/local/tetex/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current doesn't exist.
> Perhaps one of the specified paths not correct (just translated from
> Is there any tremendous and foolish mistake I'm doing?
Dunno, give us more information, and we'll tell you ;-)
1 - How did you install 10.3.2? Straight update, archive & install, or
(I always forget what the third option is).
2 - In case of the archive & install, I believe the /usr/local
directory is also moved (but still invisible) to the archive with you
old install. If you didn't customise that part (say add stuff to
texmf.local, or change your texmf.cnf files), the easiest thing is
probably to start your i-Installer, and install TeX & GhostScript
again. Move everything you want from the archived install and trash it.
That should remove the old TeX install. This of course only works when
the original install was done with i-Installer, not Fink.
3 - While you're at it, 10.3.4 is current, and includes some important
security fixes (be sure to install _all_ security fixes, as the latest
fixes aren't in the 10.3.4 update).
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